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CHAPTER 1: OPINIONS ON PATIENT-PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIPS. The Opinions in this chapter are offered as ethics guidance for physicians and are not intended to establish standards of clinical practice or rules of law. 1.1 Responsibilities of Physicians & Patients 1.1.1 Patient-Physician Relationships 1.1.2 Prospective Patients 1.1.3 Patient Rights
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